United Nations Security Council Resolution 388

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 388
by the United Nations

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 1907th meeting, on 6 April 1976

Reaffirming its resolution 216(1965) of 12 November 1965 and 217(1965) of 20 November 1965, 221(1966) of 9 April and 232(1966) of 16 December 1966, 253(1968) of 29 May 1968 and 277(1970) of 18 March 1970,

Reaffirming that the measures provided for in those resolutions, as well as the measures initiated by Member States in pursuance thereof, shall continue in effect,

Taking into account the recommendations made by the Security Council Committee established in pursuance of resolution 254(1968) concerning the question of Southern Rhodesia in its special report of 15 December 1975,

Reaffirming that the present situation in Southern Rhodesia constitutes a threat to international peace and security,

Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations,

1. Decides that all Member States shall take appropriate measures to ensure that their nationals and persons in their territories do not insure:

(a) Any commodities or products exported from Southern Rhodesia after the date of the present resolution in contravention of Security Council resolution 253(1968) which the know or have reasonable cause to believe to have been so exported;
(b) Any commodities or products which the know or have reasonable cause to believe to be destined or intended for importation into Southern Rhodesia after the date of the present resolution in contravention of resolution 253(1968);
(c) Commodities, products or other property in Southern Rhodesia, in contravention of resolution 253(1968);

2. Decides that all Member States shall take appropriate measures to prevent their national and persons in their Territories from granting to any commercial, industrial or public utility undertaking in Southern Rhodesia the right to use any trade name or from entering into any franchising agreement involving the use of any trade name, trade mark or registered design in connexion with the sale or distribution of any products, commodities or services of such an undertaking;

3. Urges States not Members of the United Nations, having regard to the principle stated in Article 2 of the Charter of the United Nations, to act in accordance with the provisions of the present resolution.


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